Architecture Australia, May 2020

Architecture Australia, May 2020

Architecture Australia

Provocative, informative and engaging discussion of the best built works and the issues and events that matter.

Dossier

Stephen Choi.
Discussion | Stephen Choi | 15 May 2020

So, we’ve declared a climate and biodiversity emergency. Where to from here?

Stephen Choi outlines how architects – at the most practical level – can save the earth, from deepening our understanding of human behaviour to uniting disconnected habitats and building in resilience.

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Balnarring Beach House, Mornington Peninsula,
Victoria (1997).
Award | Editorial Desk AAU | 6 May 2020

2020 National Prizes: Gold Medal

The Australian Institute of Architects 2020 Gold Medal is awarded to John Wardle.

Clover Moore.
Award | Editorial Desk AAU | 6 May 2020

2020 National Prizes: National President’s Prize

The Australian Institute of Architects 2020 National President’s Prize is awarded to Clover Moore, Lord Mayor of Sydney.

Stephen Choi.
Award | Editorial Desk AAU | 6 May 2020

2020 National Prizes: Leadership in Sustainability Prize

The Australian Institute of Architects 2020 Leadership in Sustainability Prize is awarded to Stephen Choi.

Chantelle Fry.
Award | Editorial Desk AAU | 6 May 2020

2020 National Prizes: Student Prize for the Advancement of Architecture

The Australian Institute of Architects 2020 Student Prize for the Advancement of Architecture is awarded to Chantelle Fry.

Parlour office holders (L–R): Naomi Stead, Alison Cleary, Gill Matthewson, Susie Ashworth, Justine Clark, Julie Willis, Sarah Lynn Rees.
Award | Editorial Desk AAU | 6 May 2020

2020 National Prizes: Paula Whitman Leadership in Gender Equity Prize

The Australian Institute of Architects 2020 Paula Whitman Leadership in Gender Equity Prize is awarded to Parlour.

"Whittling Bird" at "Waterview" Bruny Island, 2020.
People | Rory Hyde | 6 May 2020

John Wardle’s autodidactic curiosity

Gold medalist John Wardle’s curiosity has spawned a brand of architecture that pushes the limits of design, manufacturing and materials, alongside buildings that leave space to be filled by our own curiosity, says Rory Hyde.